More than 908,000 passengers traveled on Hawaiian Airlines flights in October, an increase of 5.6% over the same month a year ago.


The carrier’s load factor also improved in October, inching up less than a percentage point to a month-long average of 85.1%, according to figures released by Hawaiian Nov. 5.

Meanwhile, revenue producing miles climbed 5.6% year over year to over 1.2 billion.

Year to date through October, Hawaiian has transported more than 8.9 million travelers, up 5% from the same period in 2014, while the carrier’s load factor has remained unchanged at 81.6%.

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